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Dan Ariely on ‘The Honest Truth About Dishonesty’
Get unlimited access to the most important ideas in business, investing, marketing, psychology, politics, and more. Read for free today only Start free trial to read Read now Upgrade now to read Buy book. At the same time, other, quite unexpected forces arielh us very strongly — for instance, the social acceptability of cheating, and even our altruistic tendencies.
There was zriely interesting tradeoff between the benefit of dam individual and what we think about forgiveness versus what we think about the cohesiveness of the organization and how clear the rules are. Codes of conduct are incredibly important for companies. He went to that physician — somebody with a white coat and a stethoscope — and that person gave him a prescription for the pharmacy.
This was about three years ago. That is the first step.
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Dan Ariely is professor of psychology and behavioral economics at Duke University. The common thing is little cheaters….
A lot of the students started a simulation from the same number, so they ended up with the same result, so [it was clear] there were copying from each other. But this question of how you reveal bad news started becoming very interesting for me.
We have run experiments on cheating [with] close to 50, people so far. We have fiduciary responsibilities. You look at the sequence of the events — you look at the end — and you say, my goodness, what kind of monster would do this?
What happens in cases like this is that very quickly everybody is gone at 9: There is something else. If you have a clear rule about what you eat and do not eat, it is really easy….
I will give you one example: This is a little bit frightening if we put together the different pieces of the puzzle that you have constructed. We think about the big cheaters, but the reality is that qbout economic activity that we need to worry about is all the little cheaters.
He offers that honor codes and close supervision may decrease dishonesty somewhat but do not account for the psychological rationalization.
The (Honest) Truth About Dishonesty by Dan Ariely
In the last six years, I am also getting lots of emails from people who read stuff that I wrote about and ask me questions. They become an outsider to the people who they betrayed within the organization, but also their regular friends stop trusting them. I am not sure that I would call it deterrence, but it would basically be for the strictness and clarity of the rules — or the clarity of the norms and what is the right and wrong behavior.
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